On A Dark Day, Look To Christian Cowan To Help You Find The (Neon) Light

On the messiest day of New York Fashion Week, a couple hundred people trekked through sleet and slushed streets to see British designer Christian Cowan ’s latest show. Already, that’s a lot of love in one room. But once a giant, pink blob of feathers made its way from backstage to the runway, it felt like Mother Nature\'s vengeance against climate change was nothing but a squall.But this was Cowan’s fall 2019 show. And like seasons past, he wants you to forego your traditional palette of warm jewel tones and swap them for neon pink, yellow, green, and orange. Because in Cowan’s corner, sequins are appropriate for all seasons, and skirts don’t have to follow the fingertip rule to be considered appropriate for chilly weather or the office. As his latest offering progressed — oversized hoodies were sliced in half, pantyhose replaced what we’re guessing was supposed to be leggings — it became apparent that Cowan is determined to reverse the conservative vibe of most fall co



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